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The latest comprehensive look at wealth distribution data reveals that the “ultra-rich” economic top 0.01% of US households now has an all-time high 11.1% of overall wealth. The next tier, the 0.1% – 0.99% has 10.4%, and the top 1% – 0.9% has 18.3%. In total, the top 1% now has an all-time high 39.8% of wealth.

A Fugly Truth Made Pretty: A Cartoonist's Depiction Of Wealth Inequality

This graphic is based on research by The Levy Institute, which uses data from the Federal Reserve Board's Survey of Consumer Finances. Those...

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Pareto Principle – How to Apply It, and What to Avoid #college #of #law http://laws.nef2.com/2017/05/12/pareto-principle-how-to-apply-it-and-what-to-avoid-college-of-law/ #pareto law # How the 80/20 Rule Helps Us be More Effective In the very early 1900�s, an Italian economist by the name of Vilfredo Pareto created a mathematical formula describing the unequal distribution of wealth he observed and measured in his country: Pareto observed that roughly twenty percent of the people controlled…

The Mathematics of Economic Justice: Wealth Distribution in U.S

This activity will make your students freak out. It is about how the wealth of the United States is distributed between the quintiles (wealthiest 20%, next wealthiest 20%, middle 20%, lower middle 20% and poorest 20%.) Students will start by distributing 100 beans, each representing 1% of the \$5.2 trillion in wealth of the United States, among each group. They will then come up with their own plan to more fairly distribute the wealth.

US wealth distribution: perception vs. reality

US wealth inequality - top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90%

Average wealth of families in the bottom 90% and the top 1% of the wealth distribution, in constant 2010 US dollars, 1946-2012. This is so wrong!

Wealth Distribution in the United States

US wealth inequality - top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90%

Average wealth of families in the bottom 90% and the top 1% of the wealth distribution, in constant 2010 US dollars, 1946-2012

US Census 2014 Planning Database - could be helpful for residential or multifamily evaluation work

US wealth inequality - top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90%

Average wealth of families in the bottom 90% and the top 1% of the wealth distribution, in constant 2010 US dollars, 1946-2012